Oluwabunmi Adejumo is a graduate of Economics in a top African University, Obafemi Awolwo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, where she finished with First Class honors (Magnum Cum Laude) and was ranked amongst the best graduating students of her set. She proceeded to pursue her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in the same field of Economics and was offered an  employment within the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile--Ife, Nigeria as an Assistant Lecturer. She has participated in divers Academic Research & Developmental projects aimed at scaling up entrepreneurship and vocational skills acquisition for undergraduates in the university where she works and she is also directly involved in Business Development Consultancy Services for companies and corporate organization. For er commitments and interests, she was appointed organizing secretary for the Annual International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Education, convened by the Institute of Entrepreneurship and Development Studies(IFEDS) of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria where she presently works as a lecturer.

In the wake of the global warming and climate change issues, she is currently a research fellow on environmental protection and conservation which was reflected in her PhD thesis that centered on “Environmental Quality, Human-Health and Economic Growth in Nigeria". In view of her passion for sustainable development, she advocated that the theme for the 2016 Annual Entrepreneurship Conference should be tagged “Sustainable Development Goals; Role of Entrepreneurship Education for the Post-2015 Agenda”. Recently she has joined the Inter-University Sustainable Development Research Programme (IUSDRP) whose base is in Germany to keep pace with the issues on sustainabilitty. Furthermore, she is a member of the West Africa Research and Innovation Management Association (WARIMA).

Oluwabunmi Adejumo has attended conference locally and internationally. One of such is the participation  in the 2017 IZA/DFID confenrence held at the African Development Bank, Abidjan on labour developments in West Africa. Likewise, she has published a number of articles in both national and international journals with focus on development issues such as Human Capital Development and Sustainable Development.

Mrs Adejumo is married to Dr. Victor Adejumo of the Department of Economics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria; who is also a senior lecturer and researcher. 

Her future research focus is to conduct firm-level and community-based studies on issues pertaining to human capital development and sustainable development. These Issues involve activities that can bring about productivity through bio activities like  recycling, bioenergy, and waste management.